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The impact of read/write web approaches on the curriculum priorities of PG Cert HE participants
(University of Hertfordshire, 2008)
Whether the read/write web, or Web 2.0, can enhance learner engagement within higher education is a central focus of current e-learning research. The implications of the read/write web, for: the personalisation of learning; ...
Violenţa în şcoală: o perspectivă holistă de abordare a prevenirii fenomenului
Violence in schools is the central interest of many researches and prevention programs developed in the past decades, both in Europe and elsewhere. We cannot say with certainty that this interest is the direct consequence ...
Leicester community development audit final report
This report presents the findings of an audit of community development work in Leicester. A survey identified 48 organisations employing community development workers and 72 community groups within the city whose activities ...
Archipelagic Nations: Situating Citizenship in Education
(Common Ground, 2008)
The ‘citizenship issue’ has become a major source of media and political debate as we grapple with the complexities of living in a diverse and globalising social form. This paper problematises citizenship in education at ...
The Good Citizen: problematising citizenship in the social sciences curriculum
This article explores the critical pedagogical issues which emerge when attempting to develop active citizenship among undergraduates as an integral part of the student experience. It presents part of the findings from a ...
Most farmers prefer Blondes: The Dynamics of Anthroparchy in Animals’ Becoming Meat
(Insiitute for Critical Animal Studies, 2008)
There are varied social formations that contemporary human-animal relations assume, but the dominant interaction which most of us in wealthy regions of the globe have with domestic animal species, is that we eat them. This ...